Fort Vancouver National Historic Site

http://www.nps.gov
Description:

From 1825 to 1849, Fort Vancouver was the western headquarters of the Hudson's Bay Company's fur trading operations. Under the leadership of John McLoughlin, the fort became the center of political, cultural , commercial, and manufacturing activities in the Pacific Northwest. When American pioneers arrived in the Oregon Country in the mid-1800's, they came to Ft. Vancouver for supplies to start their farms.

Location:
612 East Reserve Street

Vancouver, WA

98661
Hours:
Winter: 9am-4pm; Summer: 9am-5pm
Admission:
Fees Vary
Phone Number:
(360) 696-7655
Upcoming Events at this Venue:
This info may change due to circumstances,
please verify details before venturing out.
No Photo Available
Login and add the first photo.
Is this your Attraction?
Login to request ownership!
Not a member yet?
Sign-up now, it's easy!
 


 
You must login to add comments.
There are no comments yet, we invite you to be the first.